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Maryland is poised to become the fourth state to allow medical marijuana to be used as a treatment for opioid use disorder. Right now, Maryland legislators are considering a new bill that would add opioid use disorder to the list of conditions qualified to be treated with medical marijuana. The new legislation sees Maryland follow the lead of states like Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey, which have approved similar measures in recent months. Advocates hope that the bill will boost awareness of medical marijuana's potential as a cure for the opioid epidemic raging across America.

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